A(nother) collection of literary works from the 19th and 20th century typeset in Miasma
, a new type family designed by George Triantafyllakos. The goal of this publication is to showcase the main variants of the type family and its potentials. Includes: (1) Three Stories & Ten Poems, Ernest Hemingway, 1923, (2) Le Flâneur des Deux Rives, Guillaume Apollinaire, 1918, (3) Les Aventures De Télémaque, Louis Aragon, 1922, (4) An Ideal Husband (greek translation), Oscar Wilde, 1895, (5) Ένα σκοτεινό αίνιγμα (greek translation), Agatha Christie, 1934, (6) The man who killed himself (greek translation), Edgar Allan Poe, 1936. All texts are available on the public domain.
Pages 262 (softcover)
Dimensions 13cm × 20cm
Designed by George Triantafyllakos
Printed by Blurb